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  • A.J. Wright
    fyi...Ms. Connor s project pertains to Alabama history!--aj wright // ajwright@uab.edu ... From: Michael Flannery Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2001 11:45 AM To:
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 12, 2001
      fyi...Ms. Connor's project pertains to Alabama history!--aj wright //

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Michael Flannery
      Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2001 11:45 AM
      To: 'caduceus-l@...'
      Subject: Reynolds Associates Research Fellowships

      The Historical Collections Unit of Lister Hill Library of the Health
      Sciences, University of Alabama at Birmingham, is proud to announce the
      recipients of its Reynolds Associates Research Fellowships for 2001. The
      awardees are:

      Catherine Conner, MA Candidate, Auburn University

      Catherine Conner will utilize documents from UAB Archives to study the
      impact the University of Alabama at Birmingham's development had on the
      transformation of Birmingham's economy from one based on manufacturing to
      one based more on service industries. In addition, she will explore how the
      growth of UAB altered the city's geography and population.

      Peter Jones, Fellow and Librarian, King's College

      As part of an ongoing project to develop an electronic database catalogue of
      medieval scientific and medical writings, based on Thorndike and Kibre's
      Catalogue of Incipits of Mediaeval Scientific Writings in Latin (1963),
      Peter Jones will gather data from various Latin manuscripts housed within
      the Reynolds Historical Library.

      Jeffrey S. Reznick, Research Fellow in the History of Medicine, Science, and
      Technology, Emory University

      Through the study of monographs, reference works, and trade catalogues in
      the Reynolds Historical Library, Jeffrey Reznick will add key historical
      components to his study of artificial limbs and their users in the United
      States from the 1840's to the present.

      Ann Starr, Visual Artist and Faculty Member, Northwestern University Medical

      Ann Starr will do observational drawings of waxes in the Nott Pathology
      Collection, a part of the Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences, that
      illustrate deforming human conditions. The drawings will be part of a larger
      portfolio that provides material for reflections on how medicine and the
      larger society interpret abnormal physical conditions.
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